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  • King Gerald's cape swept behind him in the fresh summer air. The view was vast as he felt as he could see miles around from the wide window of his chamber. He saw dead grass as far as the boundaries of the kingdom. A fell wind came through the air which made the king feel even worse about the current predicament. Then, just over the boundaries, he saw the enemy army of knights. The number of their troops completely outnumbered his by at least 500 troops. He fled out of his chamber toward the knights' chambers. He busted through the door. "The Ylelgians are at the boundaries! Get me the Knight of Shadows!" Suddenly an ancient tome spell symbol appeared on the floor and the knight appeared. He by himself did not look like a shadow like you would expect, he was a human but instead of blood, he was full of darkness. "What is it you ask of me milord." The Knight of Shadows said in a deep voice. "Can you wipe out the Ylelgians alongside my knights?" "I will fight with my strongest forces."

    The forces were lined up in front of the castle where the enemys' were waiting. "I'll take care of this." The Knight of Shadows drew his sword. He ran straight into the center of the other teams forces. With on swift move he spun around multiple times with his sword in front of him creating a devastating spin attack. The force of this attack took out at least 150 of their troops. The rest of his forces charged with swords drawn and started hacking away at the forces of Ylelge. In their desperation of fighting they did not notice an assassin of Ylelge sneak into the castle.

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